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02-10-2012 10:15 BJT Special Report:Chinese Workers Abducted by Sudan Rebels |

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The release came eleven days after the twenty-nine Chinese construction workers were taken hostage.

On January the 28th, a Chinese-run construction site was attacked by Sudanese rebels on the border with neighbouring South Sudan. The militants, from Sudan’s People’s Liberation Movement-North, abducted 29 of the 47 Chinese employees at the camp.

The other 18 managed to escape. Among them, one was shot dead. The hostages were freed after a rescue operation by the Chinese and Sudanese governments.

Editor:Zhang Hao |Source: CNTV.CN

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